Leverhulme Lecture, London

To celebrate the publication of ‘Security in a Small Nation: Scotland, Democracy and Politics’ edited by Andrew W Neal, Queen Mary University of London School of Law is hosting the Leverhulme Lecture, ‘New Small States: Brexit and Seeking Shelter’.

Friday 28 April 2017 1800 – 1930 BST

Queen Mary University of London
School of Law
67-69 Lincoln’s Inn Fields
London
WC2A 3JB

Free, but please register via Eventbrite
A drinks and canapé reception will be provided.

Speakers:

Professor Baldur Thorhallsson
Head of Faculty of Political Science, University of Iceland. Founder and Programme & Research Director, Centre for Small States, University of Iceland. Jean Monnet Chair, European Studies, University of Iceland. 2017 Leverhulme Visiting Professor, Queen Mary University of London.

Professor Juliet Kaarbo
Professor of International Relations, University of Edinburgh. Founding Co-Director, Centre for Security Research (CeSeR).

Andrew W Neal
Senior Lecturer, Politics and International Relations, University of Edinburgh. Co-Director, Centre for Security Research (CeSeR). Editor of ‘ Security in a Small Nation: Scotland, Democracy and Politics’.

‘ Security in a Small Nation: Scotland, Democracy and Politics can be bought HERE

Provider III St Monans Scotland 1981
St Monans, Fife, Scotland (family photo) – copyright 2017 Théroigne S B G Russell